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David Hick’s Home, Oxford, England(1960)*

Artist/Designer: David Hicks

Project Location: Oxford, United Kingdom

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Primary Material(s):
Stone, Wood

Residential Structure

Related Website(s):

Significant Date(s):
20th Century

Additional Information:
Publications/Texts in Print:
Hicks, David. David Hicks on Home Decoration. New York, NY: World Pub., 1972.

Jackson-Stops, Gervase. 1972. "Britwell Salome, Oxfordshire-II: The Home Of Mr. David And Lady Pamela Hicks." Country Life (Archive : 1901 - 2005), Oct 12, 883-887.

Mason, Christopher and Wendy Goodman. 1996. "English Edens: Famed Interior Designer David Hicks has Transformed His Historic Residence in London, Infusing it with a Serenity Reminiscent of His Country Home in Oxfordshire." Harper's Bazaar, 03, 328-333.

Building Address:

Significant Dates: Britwell Salome Manor was built in 1728. David and Pamela Hicks buy the property in 1960.

Supporting Staff/ Designers:

Tags: History and Interiors, England, Oxford, Modern, 20th Century, Wood, Stone, Residential Structure

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